• TSM Coach Changes
  • KC was released yesterday on February 15th in the evening. Initially, we brought him on with the expectation that he would be the “Life Coach” or “Out of Game Coach”. His duties as a life coach was to help players maintain healthy relationships amongst each other, with their own lives, and to help them maintain a competitive mindset throughout the season. At the beginning, we felt that he had a lot of great ideas regarding how to achieve this, and his background in traditional sports seemed to be a solid fit.

    We wanted to keep KC on and try to work with him through the situations that arose, but he was unable to progress at a rate where he could become the coach we needed given our limited time. He was unable to transition his background into the esports scene, causing a lack of understanding between him and the players. While his methods may have been effective in a traditional sports setting, it was ineffective for our team.

    With this being said, we would like to thank KC for his efforts and time with us. We wish him good luck on his future endeavors. Currently, we have several candidates in mind as a suitable replacement in his position, and we will give an update as soon as it is available.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

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